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Alvaro Rojas

Alvaro Rojas

Male. Lives in San Juan Del Río, Mexico. 30 years old.
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It is well adapted to hot, dry environments and typically nests in tree species associated with desert habitats, such as Yucas.
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Their diet is mainly based on acorns. It is usually found in small family groups.
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This species was nearly wiped out by human persecution and development between 1850 and 1920, but has since rebounded to become a common and familiar bird.
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💡 Did you know that Vultures to cool off, defecate on their legs? 💩💩💩
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Couples can stay with the same mate for life and can use the same nesting site for years. The nest is a hole that they dig in a tree chosen by the male, which is usually dry, but sometimes, in urban a...View More
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There is considerable geographic variation in plumage color, size, and relative crest length in this species: Black-crested, black-backed, or gray-backed populations occur in Canada, the United States...View More
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Elizabeth Redpath
Steller’s Jays are my favorites! I had several in my back yard in WA, but sadly I moved last month. I miss seeing them.
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They are fascinating birds! Hope you see them soon again, but at least you got to enjoy them for a while. Greetings!
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This cormorant is found from sea level to elevations of up to 5,000 meters and is remarkably versatile in the use of its habitat, although many aspects of its life history remain poorly understood. Is...View More
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"The dark swallows on your balcony will return their nests to hang, and again with the wing to their crystals, playing they will call; but those that the flight restrained your beauty and my happiness...View More
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"Let a squadron of southbound pelicans but feel a lift of prairie breeze over Clandeboye and they sense at once that here is a landing in the geological past, a refuge from that most relentless of agg...View More
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The Zone-tailed Hawk engages in spectacular courtship displays, performing aerial loops, dives, and rolls, with both male and female diving from heights of about 300-500 m. A foraging generalist, this...View More
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Enjoying the rain. It looks small in the photograph, and although it only weighs 10 grams, it is the largest hummingbird that can be found in northern Mexico.
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They feed exclusively on flying insects, often at higher altitudes than other swallows. It captures and ingests its prey in flight.
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⚠️Did you know they are monogamous? In other words, they only have one partner. The males share the tasks of the nest almost equally with the females. Both males and females sing from the nest. The m...View More
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An unexpected winter visitor who made me very happy! ❤️ In fall, this species moves south from its breeding grounds in the northern Great Plains and Prairies of Canada to winter primarily in the deser...View More
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It searches for food among the branches of the pines, jumping slowly, which allows these flirty little birds to have good photo sessions.
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Of the many cuitlacoches in the deserts, it is the best known and the most seen. It stands out more than the rest because it launches into the open field, emitting a loud uit-uit! from the tops of the...View More
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Unlike most Euphonia that are dressed in black and yellow, this one looks turquoise and orange, similar to the Antillean Euphonia (Chlorophonia musica) and Culidorada Euphonia (Chlorophonia cyanocepha...View More
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The Golden Plover is an aristocrat among birds. Everything about it is distinctive. The jet black breast and belly, the golden yellow back and striking head markings of the breeding plumage would in t...View More
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Although it is a very beautiful female with a fabulous eye ring, the male is totally impressive, with really striking and captivating colors.
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They often produce an astonishing series of imitations of the sounds of other birds as a cadence of their typical song. Many have searched in vain for another species, deceived by these excellent imit...View More
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